This podcast is a platform for those who have never been heard and those who want to tell their stories. Come and listen to the other side of the story, one that is often ignored.Behind The Story Of is hosted by Chuck Tuck, and features stories, myths, urban legends, and interviews with real people … read more
What was life growing up black in America in the 1940's to the 1960's. Years have passed, and not much has changed. Some of course for the better, but other things have taken a possible step backwards.
This is a brief life story of my father. A black man growing up in West Virginia, and his life from approximately 1931 to 1949.
He recounts his first memories of murder, death, segregation, racism, and the military. Through it all until his death in 2016, he rarely if ever complained about his life growing up. He loved his mother, father, sister, and little brother.
What he experienced in his early years growing up are still the same injustices, stereotypes, and prejudices that are being experienced today, by people of color and minorities in general. That also goes for the whites who march in support of minority groups.
It's time to make a change for the betterment of all.
Charles Edward Tuck, age 85, passed away November 7, 2016 in Washington. He is survived by his wife, 3 children, two grandchildren, three great grandchildren (now 5), and his sister.
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